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The Daily Z-STeT^s,
TUE8DAY MORNING, ?JUNE 10, I860.
*_.*. SEE SECOND AND THIRD PAGES. -??
_f_. C3- B 1ST T S _
Tho foUowlng aro tho Agents for this paper:
W. A. HEMINGWAY, Oonoral Traveling and Collect
Bov. COLIN MUBOUISON, Ocnor&l Traveling and
TOWNSEND ?V NORTU, BookaoUere aud ?tatloners,
Columbia, S. O.
Col. J. J. RYAN, Barnwell, 8. O.
F. M. TR1MM1ER, BparUn Offlco, Spartanbarg, B. O.
3. T. DuBOIS, Marion.
0. 8. nARBY, Sandy Ford P. O., Madison co.. Fla.
PATBIOK k HUVEY, Mooon, Georgia.
B. A. MCKNIGHT, unionvuie,
J. Y. H. WILLIAMS. Clinton, 8. O.
J. B. ALLEN. Cb OB tor C. H., 8. O.
JOSEPH H. 8EAR8, "Now Bonth," HBton Hea?L
V. 8. LANCE, Grahamvulo P. O., Beaufort, S. O.
B. F. BRADFOBD, Walterboro', 8, O.
H. L. DARR, Suinter, a 0.
TH AD. 0. ANDREWS, Orangebnrg, 8. O.
i. T. HERBHMAN, ?Journal office," Camden, B. C.
1. M. BROWN, "Bouthornor offlco," Darlington, 8. O.
M. M. QUINN k BRO., August?,
t. H. ESTELL, Savannah, Ga.
ISAAC DAVEGA, Agent In New Yom.
Mr. AUG. BBENTANO, NO. 708 Broadway, New York,
aas always tho latest datcB of the DAILY NEWS, as he
floeB of all the other prlnoipal journals of the country.
WE ARK indebted to Messrs. BOINKST & Bin KI-, for
Lettie'* Illustrated News and Harper'* Weekly.
WE ?tots indebted to tho Agent of the steamer .Piiof
Boy and the Southern Express Company for late Savan
T COURT OP COMMON PLEAS.-This Court was organized
yestoroay, Judgo T. N. DAWKINS presiding. After the
transaction of business of minor importance, the Court
adjourned to meet at 10 O'CIOOK today.
QUIOK PASSAGE.-Tho stoamor Pilot Bog, Capt. PAYNE.
arrived here yesterday from Savannah, touching at Beau
fort, making iho entiro passago through in tlio short
time of 10 hours and 25 minutes, being one of the best
tripa ever made. '
SFECUUL EXAMINER OF BRUOS.-Dr. WM. HUME IHIB
been appointed Special Examiner of Drags for this
Port, in place of Dr. F. M. ROUERTHON, resigned. Dr.
HUME IS a practical analytic chemist, and therefore
fully competent to discharge, the duties of this offlc c.
COTTON BLOOM.-Wc have been favored by Major
VAROHLL with a cotton bloom from his farm on Charles
ton Neck, about four milos from the oity. The Major,
after much application, got a very Ano Hold of forty-five
acres of cotton, the stand being very good and the orop
quite forward, and the prospect at present 1B very fair
that the cotton will turn out very well.
VALUABLE FARM ron BALE.-Tho attention of capital
ists and farmers is invited to the sala this day, by JAMES
TUPPER, Master in Equity, of a valuable Form, the pro
perty of tho late JOHN BURKE. It is situated on tim,
west aide of Eing-stroet, just on the City Bon ndary. It
has on it a dwelling and outbuildings, and the land,
nearly six acres, is of excellent quail ty.
WESLEY AN FEMALE COLLEGE.-Wo have received a
beautifully printed catalogue of the Trustees, Faculty,
Alumuna and Students of this, one of the oldest institn
tie. In tho 8outh, for higher fem?lo education. It
graduated its first class in 1840, and has orjoyod a high
reputation ever since. Macon la a fino inland city, in a
very healthy location, with vory superior railroad facili
ties. No wonder, then, that this College has always had
a largo attendance, especially as tho Trustees have
always endeavored to have a faculty equal to any in tho
land. There were one hundred and eleven stud on ta in
attendance during the past session.
PROFESSOR BERNOARDT'B glasses aro ground by pecu
liar machinery. Th?iir spherics! accuracy is true. The
foons at the exact centra This la a point of vital impor
tance. No other lenses possces it. Thoy aro used at all
tho hospitals for diseases of tin eye, in Berlin, Prussia,
and elsewhere. Those, aro somo of tho advantages set
forth in the Professor's advertisement. He baa met
with unprecedented success here. He is constantly en
gaged in ministering to the relief of the afflicted, whose
vision is impaired from any cause. The medical faculty
endorso him-so do the clergy, who havo had occasion
to avail themselves of his professional skill. The Pro
fessor has a book of testimonials from various porto of
the United States. B1B offlco is in the Mills House, en
trance second floor. As his Btay is limited, all who
have defectivo eyes should call on him.
PROVOST COURT, Juno l8 -United States vs. Isaac
Hammond, Handy Minus, James Milton, Robert Small
No. 1, Robert Small No. 2 and Bev-rly Dobson (all
colored).-Riotous and Disorderly Conduct-Policeman
NOLAN, sworn: On the evening ol the 1G1 li lust, heard
a fuss in the Market. A man named Hoffman was ar
rested by a policeman. Ho was the whole causo of the
disturbance. While ho wan being taken away I re
mained to keep the crowd from rescuing him. Found a
largo crowd corner of Church and Quoon-slroeta throw
ing bricks at every one passing I arrested Hammond and
sont for help. As iho help cams np tho crowd dis
persed. Thero were several hundred porsons in tho
Policeman RILEY, sworn. In this row I arrested Dob
son, with two bricks In bis band, and took him off.
Policeman JACKSON, sworn: In this row arroBted
Robert Small No. 1 and took him off. Ho had two
bricks, and was rnnnlng from the police.
Policeman O'BBIEN, sworn: Arrested James Milton,
who was in the crowd. He had a briok, and was In the
act of throwing it whon he Baw me and dropped It
Pollceman BAIIOEANT, aworn: Arrested tho defendant,
Handy Minus. Ho was piloted out as ono of the riot
ers. Ho was standing on the corner aa wo went down,
and went off as we carne up. Arrested him at tho cor
ser of Queen and Church streets.
Dobson, B. Small No. 1, James Milton guilty, and to
pay a fine of f S, or be Imprisoned twenty days. The
rest not guilty and discharged.
United States ti?. John Hoffman, William Moultrie
and Jerry Williams, all colored.-Drank and resisting
the police.-Policeman JACKSON, H worn: A colored man
came through the market with a tray of flab; ordered
him off; ho refused to go. Dofoiidant Jloffuan, who
keeps a stall, gol up and said ho'd to d-d if bo wonld
go if it was his caso, and by such language got up a large
crowd. Conohidi-d to toko him to the Guard Bouse,
Horan, but eau.ht him Crowd followed and throw
brleka at us, bu got him to the (lu ard House. Hoffman
guilty. Fino i?, or twenty daya' hard labor. Others
United States vi. Bailor Bro Jin (colored).- Plok
pockot-iBAAO BROWKH sworn: Evening of tho ICth
had my pocket book in my pocket in Government sta
ble- In Churob-stro ?t Had S3> in It; defendant put hla
had in my pocket, look out a eegar and eald he waa
going to take it; I objeoted as ii waagivon to me; at lime
time lost my pooket book; it waa in tho samo pocket;
driving for Government, and Just paid off. Not guilty.
United State i ?j?. William Edwarls (colored).-Laroo
ny-Policeman Banawar, ?worn. Yesterday, 0 P. M" in
Ohurch-atroet, saw a orowd going down Longitude
lane; heard a oolored boy had atolen a hat; found de
fendant in a vacant house, hld under a stairs; arrested
him and found hit In lils oosaeBBlon.
Wa. FOSTER, sworn: Hat stolon from m7 house on
10th; the hat, which waa found in pouscaMon o? defend
ant; belonged to lady Btaying at my house. Guilty.
Sixty doys' hard labor o a streets.
United States vs. MICHAEL T. L INCITAI I, (while.)-Po
liceman Goi_)EN, sworn: Last night, bot weeli 9 and 10
o'clock, found defendant on Klng-streot ?trunk and or
dering people to ck.so their places; Bald ho was sont by
Provost Marshal ; also said ho was private watchman ou
Southern WhaTf; was not BJ drunk ho could not tako
caro of hiniBOlf, but would tjko no advice and I arrested
bim. $5 or flvo daye' hard labor on Btroots.
united State-j vs. Wm. HolmoB (colorod).- Assault and
Battery.-Charlea Cunlngban, sworn.
John Piirkor, sworn: Corner of Cannon and Ashley
streets saw defendant havo Win. Watson down and atriko
bim severely; the doctor saya ho Is vory ha Hy hurt; de
fendant wanted to fight Wm. Watson, who refused to
fight; defendant knooted htm down and beat him, and
then loft bim; wlion William got np ho drew a ponknlfe,
but did not uso it; defendant struck William first, who
pushed bim away. $10, or sixty days' hard labor on the
United Stales vi. James Fullor.-Assault and Bsttory.
-Sarah Jones, sworn: Dofondant cut my c' lid, a boy
nine years of age; I did not see him do it.
Roeotta Pugh, sworn: A little child ran in by mo as I
stood at tho door; by tho timo I turned round I saw tho
child badly cut on the foot; defendant bud a kulfo, an?!
said, three times, bo cut boy; bad to ?und for doctor
immediately; child did nothing to bim; beard dofondant
say he would cut tho chlld'a throat. Decision postpon ed
for further testimony.
Thero were several other cases of not much Impor
tance, in which moat of tho dofondantB wero found not
MAYOR'S COURT, Monday, Juno l8.-A large numb or
of darkies wera turned over to the Provost Marshal. A
very short policeman brought in a v .ry largo prison er,
and looking small onougb by tbo rentrait, looked still
smaller and most egrogiouBly -?appointed whon the
largo prisonor was dischirgo'l without being Unod .
Fenian driving on tho Battery was fined $5.
Several liquor cases wore summarily dlsposo d of.
D-RLisaTOK, 8. C-From tho Southerner wo learn
that the ladies of Darlington proposed to visit the
graves of Confederate soldiers buried In that village,
and to placo upon thom a memorial offering of (lowers
on Saturday last.
A newly formed Firo Englno Company in Darlington
lias rocontly purchased the Palmetto Euglno of this
city. The michino was received on Monday last with
most distinguished honors. "Almost tho whole popu
lation of the placo asBomblod at tho Englno Hou se. Tho
engine having been drawn out, was bidocked by the
yc.ng ladies with wreaths of beautiful flowors. Col. F,
F. WARLEY, President of tho Company, made an appro
priate speech, and then a handsome llttlo girl stopped
upon the machine, and gracefully breaking a bottle of
?vino, named hor the Phoenix. The engine waa next
dragged enthusiastically through the Btroots, and thon
tho brakes wero manned, and a trial was mide of hor
powers. This, considering tho groennosB of the fire
men, resulted most satisfactorily, and demonstrated tho
competency of the englno to do all expected of her."
Pomo twenty of tho most osteemod froodmon of the
vulago bad requested that they bo allowed inform ?11 y to
oonnectthemselves with the Company, -hay rendered
timely and acceptable assistance.
Auction Balea This Day.
G-iF-O-D _ MATHEWS will sell, at li o'clock, at No.
73 East Bay, handsome oak and mahogany furniture,
3. A ENSLOW - Co. will soil, at the Now Custom
House, at 11 o'clock, 9300 boxes Havana sogar, cargo of
the Fronch bark Ange Guardienne.
JAMES TUPPER, ESCL, Master iu Equity, will sell, at
11 o'clock, at tho Old OuBtom-House, tho lot of land,,
with the buildings thoroon, known by tho No. 03 (cast
side) St. Philip street ; also, lot of land, with the build
ings and Improvements, on the north side of Wi ems'
O nirt ; ulan, a farm or parcel of land on the King-street
road, near the forks.
MILES DRAKE will sell this morning, at 10 o'clock,
at the cornor of Klag and Liberty streets, dry goo ds,
F. BACKUS will nell this morning, at his atoro. No. 130
Meeting street, opposite Pavilion Hotel at 10 o'olo ck,
matting, mattresses, pillows, bolsters, and an assort
ment of dry anl straw gooda, hosiery, Ac.
JAMES W. BROWN _ Co. will soil this day, at their
store, No. 110 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, oranges and
lemons; also, flour.
B-UN3 k BEE will sell this day, before thoir store, No.
81 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, champagne, bittern, cider,
sherry wine, Ac, ko.
M1-i.iaAN, MKLoHxns _ Co. wUl sell this day, at
their etoro. No. 30 Von _ 110 Range, prime sugar-curod
bama, shoulders, ko.
ll-Nn?: COI?A -v ?*o. will sell tut:? d?y, boforo their
store, at 10 o'clock, aides, on account of all cone erned;
also, bama, flour, hay, Ac.
iiAuiuKL DEWITT will soil at 10 o'clook, at No. 32
Venduo Range, KUUcklnick tobacco, dry goods, crocke
IN THE GOLDEN A o ESO r on__oon p reserve the beauty
of the teeth with SOZODONT, and then when the hair 1?
silvered and the eyes dimmed with years, the mo uth
will still roveal two glittering rows of unsullied ivory.
"Const thou not minister to a mind diseased,
And with some sweet, c bil viona antidote,
Cleanse the fon' bosom of tue perilous stuff
That woigtis upon the heart ?"
Certainly; PLANTATION BITTERS will do it whon
nothing else will. Melancholy, Dopreaslon, Hypooh on
drla, Insani'y, all sprlag, more or less, from a diseased
stomach, and this PLANTATION Bi rrsRS is a suro cute
for. There is no mistako about it; Dyspepsia, Head
ache, Dullness, Ague and Low Spirits must yield to tho
health-giving and gonlal influence of the PLANTATION
BITTERS. If yon aro in doubt mike one trial and bo
HoMOorATiiio MEDICINES. -Th? Bomooopathlo system
of mo leal practice has become one of the fixed institu
tions of American society. It can hardly any longer be
coosldered an orporlment. Dr. HUMPHREYS, whoso ad
vertisement appears in our columns this week, bas long
and successfully given his attention to the preparation
of specifics for the various ills which flesh li heir to, and
hi placing thom In the roach of all who may wish to test
their virtues. -Dunkirk Journal.
0 Depot, 603 Broadway, N. V.
mr HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAI
R-NEWER RENEWS THE HAIR, r .
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR BE
Restores gray bair to the original ooicr.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
Prevents the hair from falling off.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
Makes tho hah- soft and glossy.
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR* RE
Does not stain the skin,
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE
Haa proved itself the beat preparation for the hair ever
presented to tho publia Prloe $1.
For sale by all dragglaU. Whola?ale by
KING & CASS?DEY,
March l8 tulyr .? Oharlest-n.
.JNOUR DKCHEE IV I ?H ITV.
Verdier, La Borde et al.
Will bo sold under the direct inn ot the undorslgned, at
tbo old (Ju-toiu House, lu tbiB city, llll-i DAY, the
10th of June, 1860, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
AU that LOT OF LAND, willi the Building? thcroon,
situate on tho east sido of i-t. Phlllp-stroet, known by
tho uuiubor 02: moasurin : 30 feet 0 inches front, on
said stroot. by 100 feet in det>tli. Bounding t-> tbo went
on St. Thllip-stroot; to tho north on lunil of Toomer; to
the i out on ; and to the uni lb on laud of J. P.
Terms-One-third cash; the balance In two equal an
nual in ut.-lim?1 ii tn, ?et un c1 by bund of tho purchas-r and
mortgago ol tbo premUcs, with Interest from the day
of ?alo. Too building? to ho ItiHiired and policy assign
ed. Purchaser to pay for pspeM,
?inn?' 19 tnthslO Master in Equity.
UNDI It I'l.l'lll'.l'. IN iqilTV.
Ex parle Addison.
Will bo sold "under the direction of tbo umlorslgnod,?"
tbeold Custom House, in this city,'1 HIS DAY, the
10th ot June, 1800, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OF LANO, with ?ho buildings aud im
provement* thcroon, sltuato on tho north side of WOORI 'H
Court, Waul No. 2, measuring and containing thirty-one
foet front, moro or less, by about 105 feet li iucheslu
depth, moro or lens. Hutting an l bounding to tho north
on land of Thompson ; to the south on Weom'B Court
to tho cast on land of Otis Mills; and to tho weston
land of Mrs. Simons.
Terms-One-third cash; tho balance in three equal
annual instalment*, secured by bond of the purchaser
and mortgago of tbo premises, with interest from tho
day of salo, paxablo annually. The buildin a to bo In
sured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papera.
June 19 tuthsin Hatter In li -airv
UM) 10it DECHKH: IV KQ.UITY.
"Burke vs. Toomer. Ex.'r."
Wl'l be sold under the direction of Jio underslgnod, at
the old Custom House. THIS DAY, tho 10th ol
June, I?-OG, at 11 o'clock, A. M.,
AH that FARM, or parcel of Land, with the improve
ments thereon, situate on tho wcsl eldo of Klug-f-trcet
Road, noar to tbo forks of it, and the Meeling-Btroet
hoad, lu this cltv, measuring five (S) acres, four (4)
poles and nluo(O) perches, m re or less, aud having
Ruell sbapo, form, buttings ai.d bounding?? as aro repre
sented on a plat thereof, annexed to a doed of convey
ance from Patrick Duucan to R. F. Withers, recorded in
the office of tho Register of Mcsuo Conveyances for
Charleston DI? trict
A Plat of the ab^vc Farm eau be MM at the Master's
'J'erm*?-One-fourth ?-ash; the balance in bar eqnal,
s-i.-iM-Hive, njnnuil iusti'tuents, with intere-it payable
a'-nutllv, secure?! hy bond < f tho purchaser a?i 1 raort
; i'ge of the premises Purchaser to pav for papers.
June 19 tbstuO Master in Equity.
CM)I*;li DECllKK IN EQUITY.
Hale vs. Cater.
Will bo sold, nndo<* the direction of tho underslgnod, a t
the old Custom House, in this city, on TUESDAY, the
2t.th of Juno, 1800, at 11 o'clock A. M ,
ALL THAT FARM OR TRACT OF LAND situate In
tho Parish of Christ Church, District of Charleston,
about six miles from tho village ol Mount Pleasant, and
on the sea shore, containing 320 aeren, moro or less,
bounded oast on lands of John Hamlin, southwost on
lands of Daniel Whiteside?, and to tho north wast on
lands now or late of the estate of William Matthews.
Terms-Ono-third cash ; tho balan?a in ono and two
years, secured by bond of tho purchaser and mortgage
of tbe premises, with iutc-cst from day of sale, payable
annually. Purchaser to pay tho taxes duo and for
popors. JAMES TUPPER,
Juna 0 stuth8 Master in Equity.
??ATA MEETING OF THE BOARD OF
MANAGERS OF THE OITI" ELECTION, hold on Mon
day, it was
Resol jed, That tho opinion of tho City Attorney in r< -
lation to voters be re-published in the ?lally paters on
Tuot-dcy and Wednesday, for tho guldanco of tho citl
Opinion of the City Attorney
WITH REFERENCE TO TnK NECESSITY FOR PRODUCING
TAX RECEIPTS AT CITY ELECTIONS A8 EVIDENCE8 OF
QUALIFICATION TO VOTE.
Jomet A. Duffnt, Chairman Board of City Managers .
Sut:-In reply to your inquiries, I beg to state the
1. 'I hat the Act of tho Legislature of tho 19th
Docomber, 18S5, provides that no person shall bo
olio ? ed to vote at any City Election for Mayor and
Aldermen unless, in addition to c -rtoia other quali
fications, ho shall have paid taxes in bis own bo
half to the amount of at leaHt ono dollar, and "shall.
when he is about to vote, pr'duce a receipt or certificate of
luch payment fro-n the City Treaturer or other officer duly
appointed lo receive tare*," kc. ; and tho managers are
required to mark or stamp tho receipt or certificate so
that no attempt may bo made to nae a aocolid time tbo
paid certificate for tho purpose of voting at said election
1 he provision Is clear und explicit, that no person shall
be allowed to vote unless he Bhall produce at I he time of
vo in g the receipt or certificate that he has paid his tax;
and I am satisfied that the managers have no pouter to
dispense wWi the production of the receipt
2. I am of opinion that no one Is entitled to vote un
less be shall have paid the required tax, under tho re
cent Ordinance to .raise supplies, of the lnth January,
18G6. The pay m ? ut of taies under the Ordinance of
November, 180S. la no1 sufficient. Tho November Ordi
nance hes been superseded by that of January. Any
person who has paid or shall pay a tix of one dollar or
more under the Ordinance of January last, and shall
produce his receipt to that effect, will bring himself
within the tax qualification, if ut h er wise entitled to vote;
and I do not think any other person can. The results
are simply theve :
1. That tho receipt must be produced at the time of
2. That it must be a receipt for a tax of at least one
dollar under the Ordinance of 10th January, 1800.
(Signed) W. D. POUTER,
June 19_3_Olty Attorney.
The Bitter Fruits of Bad Bitters.
Invalid reader do yon know what nine-tenths of the
bitter compounds you are solicited by the proprietors
to accept as universal panaceas are composed of ? Olve
heed for a moment. They aro manufaotured from un
purified alcohol, containing a considerable portion Of
fusel oil, a poison almott as deadly aa prusslo acid. The
basis of the regular tinctures of the Materia Medica la
the same. No amonnt of "herbal extracts" can over
come tbo bad tendency of this pernicious element. The
cBBonce of sound Ryo thoroughly reotifled Is lae only
stimulant which can bo safely used as a component of a
Tonto, Altorativo and Anti-Bilious Medicine, and H08
TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS Is the only medicinal
preparation in tho world in which this article la used aa
an inf redlen t. Hen co tho extraordinary effects of this
great sp?cifie It gives strength without producing ex
citement. No other tonic does this. All the ordinary
Bitters flush tho face and affect the brain. HOSTEI-TER'S
BITTERS diffuso an agreeable calm through tbe nervous
system, promoto dig* stlon, and produce sloop. No other
tonto ao quickly revives the exhausted physical energies,
rostores the appetite acd remo von the gloom and de
pression which always accompanies weakness of the
Wonderful but True !
MADAME REMINOTON, THE WORLD RENOWNED
AfltrologiBt and Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, while In
clairvoyant state, dolineates the very features of the per
eon you aro to marry, and by the aid of an Instrument
of Intense power, known as tho Psychomotrope, guar
antees to produce a perfect and life-liko picture of the
futuro husband or wlfo of the applicant, with date ol
marriage, occupation, leading traits of character, ka.
This is no imposition, aa testimonials without number
can assert. By stating place of birth, age, disposition,
color of oyes and bair, and enclosing fifty conta, and
stamped envelope addressed to yourself, yon will ro
celvo the plctnre by return mall, together with desired
Address In confidence, Madame GERTRUDE REM
INOTON, P. O. Box 237, West Troy, N. Y.
May 8 tnths3mo
THIC NEW ICIIA
A WEEKLY PAPEK, PUBLI8HED AT DARLINO
TON COURT HOUSE, has recently been trana
ferred to na by Its original proprietors. Located in the
same District, and only one station distant from th?
great railroad centre of Florence, onr facilities for com
munication with all parts of the country, and oapeoially
with the cities of Chai leaton, Colombia and Wilmington
from which we are nearly equl-dlatant, arennsurpaaae
The Editor, J. H. NORWOOD, Esq., waa formerly w
known to the press of the State aa one of the orlg in
fonndera, and for several years Editor of the Darling t
Flag, which paper waa disoon-nnod at the beginning
the war. As natives of the fiontb wo r?5arj?eotfully sol le
a abare of the advertising patronage.
J. i?. OOul'fc.1. St CO., PnbllBhe?.
DirUngtou a H" B. 0?, Dooember 2- 186o.
Matting, Mattresses, Pillows, Bolstirs, Bureau,
Book Case, Mirror, Snicking Tobacco, an as
sortment of Dry and Strato (roods, Hosiery, ?cc.
II ? K. HA? I_U. .
Will bo Bild THIS MORN1NO, at my Btoro. No. 130
M ?-?'i iiur street, opposite Pavilion Uo'el, at li) o'clock,
5 pieces CANTON M ATTI NO R I wld?,.
1 Bureau, 1 Book Case, M-Ureas s. Mo?s and Feather
Pillows and B-Bb-rs, 1 Mirror B?.it;,bo fra Coffee
Room, 1 Cot, 2 cuses Smoking Tobacco, 1 largo Show
CttSC, Sec., ?Vc.
And, i lum? ' lately after, will ho Bold,
300 lots 01 FOREIGN AND I'_ MliSTlO VHY GCOD8,
CoNBlhTINll OK !
200 dozen ASSORTED HOMERY, - dO__8 of Hoop
Skirt?, 80 sprint's; Orcnadlno Shawls, various colors;
Black Silk, I aco Point ihawis, - dozous of now stylo
Empress Skirts, 96-Inch Pavilion B bbluet, 200 dozen
Linen Uombrlc Ilandkorclilols, _ 0 dozen Linen Cam
brio Hen Stitched Handkerchiefs, 200 dozen Goutlc
niou's Htm Stitched Linen Cannrlc Handkerchiefs.
Pieces of Swiss uslln. Jaconet. Mull and Check Cam
bric, 3 dozin Boy's Habit Skirts, 1 case 8-4 Blcach
?d Sheeting, 1 c?Be fatdlg . Bluo stripe, 10 plecos Black
Eugliah Mourning Calico, pieces or Oiay Linon, 160
yards Huckaback Diaper, llo.vy Brown Table Damask,
8-1 ; pi-ces of fine (?ingham 6 pieces Onl"n Cassianero.
6 picceB Keutucky Jesu, 1 caso flue Silk Warp, Colored
Alpaca, alargo lot of Road Made Clothing, consisting
of Coats, Pani?? and Vests; 12 casos of oxtra fine alistes'
LadicB' and Boy's Bootees and (la ttrs. With 6Undry
other articles too numerous to mention.
75 cases of now and ologaut STRAW GOODS, just ar
CON HI ST IN a OF :
Ladies* Misses' and Boy'B GAPS, viz: Black and
White NEAPOLITANS AND 8TBAW8, Ladioa* Sun
downs, Hamilton's Mixed Derbys, Yachts, Dow Drops,
and variety of other styles tco numerous to montlon.
2300 Boxes Havana Sugar, Cargo of French Bark
"Ange Guardienne," from, Havana-By Order
ofCuptain Constance Bijou, Master of said Ves
BY J. A. EWSLOW " CO.
THIS DAY, lOlb June, will bo sold, at the Now Cus
tom Ho'iso, corner __sit Bay and Market-streets, at 11
o'clock A. M.,
Tho CAROO of the French bark "Ango Gunrdlenne,
from Havana, comprising,
TWENTY-THREE HUNDRED BOXE8 HAVAN1
SOGAR, Good to Primo Refining and Grocory quali
ties, in bond.
4_~Savannah Republican, Augusta Oonfltltilttonallst,
Columbia Phoenix, Atlanta Intolligenoer and Wilming
ton Journal will I nsort tho above until day previous to
salo, and Bend bills to J. A. E. k Co. Juno 10
in Admiralty.- United Stales of America, District
of South Carolina.-Hie Officers el al. of the
brig C. O. Allen cs. the bark Mary.-Decree in
case of Salvage.
HY J. A. Hi-SLOW Si CO., Auctioneers.
By virtue of tho Dooroo In the Court of Admiralty In
the nbovo cnBi?, will be sold, nt tho north sido of tho
old custom House, East Bay, at 11 o'clock A. M., on
text TUOUSDAY, the 2l8t lust., at sho now lies ut
The motalied and copper-fastened bark MARY, 299
Tar conditions of tbo rale aro as follows: Tho Hull
and Spars will bo offered togethor, after which tho
Standing and Running Rigging and all the cordage, and
Bubseqnently all the sails; tho wholo wl.l thon bo offer
ed togethor, and If bids are made in excera of the com
bined offers for the several parts, tho said offers to be
void, otherwise they will bo binding.
AMI IMMEDIATELY AFir.Il,
TUE SHIP'S BOATS.
J. P. M. EPPING, Marshal.
The Inventery may bo seen at tbo office of J. A. E. k
Co. Juno 19
Bricks and Stonework.
BY LOUIS I?. DcSAl'-SUlli..
1 O-MORROW, tho 20th Instant, at 12 M., will bo sold
at fho Fito of the "Theatre Lot," in Meeting-street,
south of Market-street,
The BRICKS AND STONEWORK on the "Thoatro
Lot," as thoy now stand.
Conditions cash. June l8
Dry Goods, Malling, ?_..
BY MILKS I?ItAI-I0.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock. I wUl sell at my atora,
corner of King and Libert' stroots.
Pieces PLAIN, DOTTED and STRIPED SWISS,
Pieces Organdie and Figured Lawn,
Pieces Plain. Grenadine and Plaid Leno,
Pieces Paul de Chonos and Mozambique,
Pieces I-ingcloth and Bird's Eye Diaper,
Pieces French Balzer!ne and Glace Ohecka,
Mourning Prims, Irish Linen, Brown Horn csnun,
Bro An Linen, Farmers' Drill, Printed DeLaino, Crash,
Summer Cassimeres, &c.
Hoop Skirts, Ladies' Bklrts, Chemise and Drawers,
Gouts' L B Shirts, Hosiery, Linen Cambric and Foulard
Hankerchiefr, Grenadine Veils, Hair Nets, Agato But
tons, Suspenders, Hair Brushes, Neck Ties, Linen and
Paper Collars, Ladies' Balmorals, Men's Hats, Ac, _c.
20 Rolla White and Colored M ATI INO. June 19
Hardware and ioell-kepl Furniture (nearly r.ew),
of a family declining housekeeping.
BY Al I LI..S lillAKK.
TO-MORROW, the 20th instant, at 10 o'clock, will be
sold at the residence. No. 36 Society-street,
The entire FURNITURE in said house, without reserve,
Marble Top, Mahogany and COTTAGE CHAMBER
Mahogany and Black Walnut Extension Tables
Black Walnut and Oak Chaira and hookers
Brussels sud Ingrnln Carpets and Rugs
Crockery and Glassware, Kitchen Furniture
Window Shades, Mattresses, _c., Ac.
Terms caah. Articles to bo removed Immediately
after the sale._June. 10
Boots and Shoes.
BY N. HUNT <_. SON".
TO-MOBROW, at 10 o'clock, at our store, No. 17 Hayne
Btreet, we will sell,
GO cases and cartoons BOOTS AND SHOES, Mon'sCalf,
Buff and P. L. Boots, Men's Brogans, Congress Boots
and strap Shoes, Women's Fine Sarge Gaiters, Sowed
and Pegged Boots and Hllppers, Misses' and Children's
Gaiters, Boots and slippers.
The above arc all fresh, seasonable and deBlrable
Conditions caah. June 19
Cargo Sale of Muscovado Sugars and Molasses.
BY JOS. II. RISLEY.
TO-MORROW, tho 2i)tb Juue, at 11 o'clock A. M., will
be sold at Accommodation Wharf, the cargo of sobr.
"E. L. B. Wales," from Matanzas, Cuba,
38 liliils. first quality MOBO )VADO MOLASSES
1 tierce first quality Muscovado Molasses
S3 lihdu. primo quality Muscovado Molasses
16 tierces prime quality Muscovado Molasses
SO bhda. very superior Grocery Sugars
20 hhds. first quality Grocery Sugars.
Terms at aalc.
A_r I he Savannah Republican, Augusta Constitution
alist, Columbia Phonlx, and Atlanta Intelligencer, copy
and send billa to Courlor office. June 16
THE UNITED -TATES MARINE HOSPITAL AND
GROUNDS, locat? d in tue City of Charleston, 8. 0.,
will bo sold to tho lil-best bidder, subject to the ap
proval of the bid by the Secretary of the Treasury, at
12 M., JULY 19th, 1800. on the prom?tes.
Terms of Sale-$1000 cash; balancein eqnal payments
of thirty, sixty and ninety days. A Certificate of Solo
will be given at tho time, and the deeds to bo executed
upon the payment of the last instalment of tbo purcbaao
money. A. G. MACK-Y,
June 19_,_Collector of Customs.
MANUFACTURED BY THE BALTIMORE COMPANY ,
FORBES St CO., BALTIMORE!, AID,
IT l8 UNEXCELLED IN PURIFYING AND 8WEETEN
INO tbo atmoaphero In SICK ROOMS, HOSPITALS,
VESSELS, SINKS, CESSPOOLS, P-IVIE-?, ko., kc.
A liberal discount all j wed to the trade.
Your attention is respectiully requoated to tho follow
ing toatlmoni-s :
BAi.Tiuonz, Feb. 8th, 1600.
For an cfflclont and reliable Deodorizer and Disin
fectant always ready for uso, and not liable to any
chango, equally valuable in the sick room, and In tho foul
tink, It has in my opinion no equal.
WILLIAM E. A. AIKIN,
Professor of Ohomlstry University of Maryland.
Dr. W. O, VANBIUBBU, who made the report upon
.Disinfectants" to the National Sanitary oudQuarantine
Convention of 18*>9, aays of thl? artlclo :
"it in the best deodorant of #hloh I have any knowl
?dge. 1st. It evidently answers the pnrpose. 2d. It Is
odorless Itself. 3d. It Is easily kept and man ig.ul. 4th.
It la comparatively ohoap. it is a mixturo of the boat
.Implo dnodoriEors known to ?sclonco, and tho experi
ments made with it prove the proportional combination
to be a good one to effect the purpose Intended."
For other dlaUngulahed testimonials soo clroular.
For sale by
PRATT & WILSON BROS.?
Wholesale Agent? for the State, No. 238 King-street,
Charleston, 8. 0., and at aU Drag Stores.
May -1 ______0
Flour, Bolognas, Hams, Pork Beads, de., do.
II* Lil .< K.v At AtKXtlVDUU.
TniS DAY, 19th lust., will bo sold, lu our ?toro. No.
m K?st Boy, opposlto North Atlantic Wharf, at 10
_ barrels FLOUR
- barrels Pork Heads
- barrels Ile? f . .
- barrels Pork Trimmings
- chosls Black Te?
- boxes and cawks Codfish
- boxes Pickles, Pepper ?Sauce, Champagno Cider
Tomato Ketchup, Ac, ko.
2 barrels and 2 kegs Fino Bologna Sausages
- Horns and Shoulddrs.
Cnu.HtlouB cosh. Tuno 19
Champagne, Bitters, Cider, Sherry Wine, de..
it Y UK UNS Si lltGK.
Will bo sold THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, boforo our Store,
No. 84 Eatt lia?,
2 cases CREME DE BOUZY MOUSSEUX CHAM
1 caaes Champagne Cider
S caer? Cabinet Urandy
S cases Old Palo Sherry Wino
1 cask Old Palo Shorry Wine -|
1 case 44 ono pound cans Puro Extract Java Coffee
? bbls. Pickled Herrings.
Sides on Account of all Concerned.
BY H1C NU Y CO II IA St CU.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, will bo sold boforo 01 Store,
S hbtls. SIDES (slightly damaged), and sold oi ?i ?sonnt
of all concerned.
Con?? 1 tiona conti. ?' tie 19
Hams, Flour, Hay, ?te.
BY IIJ-J.-VU v (?nut St CO.
THI8.DAY, at 10 o'clock, will bo sold before our Store,
16 ti? rees HUOAR-OUUED HAUS
20 bbls Flour
10 boxes Tobacco
3 b.'iitM Strip Bacon
25 bales Hay.
Coutlitlons cudi. June 19
MILLIGAN. tUKI.CIlKRS St CO).
Will sell. THIS D_Y, 19th inst. at thoir Store. No. M
150 PRIME 8UOAH-CURED HAMS
10UO pom.(is Prime Shonldors
6 barrels No. :i Mackerel
20 bits No. 1 Mackel el
10 barrels White B?a*i8
6 iirrels Sour Krout
10 boxes Poppo
2 largo Platform Scales, lu good order
2 Wiro Safes
1 Turning Lutlio, 20 inch faco
1 J. P. Cutts, Hutton k Bon Spy Glass
100 Alpaca Coats. Pants, Melton Oloth. Oaislmere,
HMitlkercbiefs, Table Cloths, Slr.w Hits. Sbooa,
Brasiles, ?-poots, Spectacles, Buttons, Thread, ko., ko.
2 UcdstondB. and sundry articles of Furniture
1 Steamboat Boll. _June 19
BY MILLIGAN, PIKLCHKRS Si CO.
Will be sold, on TO-MORROW, the 20thlnst.,at 11
o'clock A. 31., at tho wharf foot of Pincknoy street,
we? side of Dry Dock,
8000 lbB. hHKET COPPER
1500 lbs. Copper Bolts, different sizes
1000 lbs. Composition Spikes
600 lbs. Brass
200 lbs small Copper Nails
1010 lbs. old Leai
2 Ooppor PumpB, with lead pipes
8000 lba Coat Iron
1 lot Wrought Iron.
Conditions cash; all articles to bo romo ved Imme
diately after sale._ June 19
JAMES W. BROWN CO.
Will sell, THIS DAY, at their atoro, No. 110 East Bay,
at 10 o'clock,
SO bbls. FLOUR.
Conditions cash._ June 19
Oranges and Lemons.
JAMES) W. BROWN ?St CO.
Will Bell THIS DAY, at their ?tore, No. 110 East Bay, at
20 boxes MESSINA ORANGES
20 boxes Lemons.
Conditions cash. June 19
Killickinick Tobacco, Dry Goods, Crockery, de.
BY GABRIEL ile WITT.
Will bo sold, THIS DAY, lOtt lnat, at No. 22 Vendue
Range, at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
200 IbR of KILLICKINIUK SMOKING TOBACCO
A lot of Dry Goods
A lot of Crockery
A lot of Shoes
A lot of Liquors and Sonarles.
Articles of every description received for salo until
o'olock, A. M. June 19
Handsome Oak and Maliogany Furniture, Bear
BY CLIFFORD Si ni.t'l'UKlVHU.
Will be Bold, at 11 o'clock, at Houso No. 73 East Bay,
THIS DAY, tho 10th lui tant,
OAK and WALNUT COTTAGE SET8 complete,
Mahogany, Walnut and Oak Frouch aud Children'?
Mahogany, Cano Scat and Mohair Chairs, Rockers and
Large and small Oak Ice HOUB-H,
Mahogany Book Case, Card aud Centre Tables,
"Walnut Extension Dining Table,
One Holmes' Iherapoutlc Chair,
Safes, Matting, Washstands, Mattresses, Cots, Air
Heiland Pillow, _c, ko.
One new JIglit BUGGY, with Harness, Umbrella and
Ono Second-band Buggy, in good ordor
One Light Bpring Wagon.
Terms CaBh. ._June 19
Fifty Acre Farm on Elisio Island.
a v smirii St MCOILIVHAV.
At Private Sale
Will be sold, on ao-ommodstlng terms, a WELL SET
TLED FARM OF FIFTY ACRES, with good dweUln*
and all necessary outbuildings, Titles Indisputable.
Applv, as above, at
No. 27 BROADST., SOUTH SIDE, NEAR 8TATHL
2 DOZEN HAIR-OLOTH SOFAS. AT $25 EACH.
For sale by ARCHIBALD GETTY k OO.,
Jnne 16 ntutli3_No. 128 Meeting-street.
An experienced Nurse anti Female PJiysicioa,
Preeontu to tho attention of Mothers her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
Which greatly facilitates the procesa of Teething, by
softening the gama, reducing all Inflammation-, w13
allay ALL FAIN and spasmodic action, and la
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon It, mothers, It will give rest to Toni ?ni??,
Belief and Health lo Tour Infants*
Wa have pat np and sold this article for over thirty
years, and can say In confidence and troth of it what m
haTe never been able to say of an other modlalaa
NEVER HAS IT FAILED IN A SINGLE ?NSTANOS TO
EFFECT A CUBE, when timely need. Never did ?a
know of an lnstanoe of dissatisfaction by any one ?hi
used it. On the conlrary, all are delighted with it? op??,
rations, and speak In terms of commendation el Ita
magical effeota and medical virtue*. We apeak In t'ntg
matter "w-hat we do know," after thirty yean' expe.
rienco, and PLEDGE OURSELVES FOR THE FDXl-ZU
MRNT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In ahnest
evory instance whero the Infant ia suffering from palo
and ezhanatlon, relief will be found In flftoen or twenty
minutes after the syrup Is administered.
Fall directions for nsing will accompany ? ach bottle.
None genuino unless the foo timiU of CURTIS k
KINS, New York, la on the outside wrapper.
?old by all druggists throughout the world.
Price only 30 Cents per Bottle.
For sale by
KING & CASSXDEY.
?fthrnarv W -?nif I I"M"_
MT THE WEEKLY RECORD OAS? BE PUR.
0DABED at H. P. RUQG'S, Markot-etreet, fc-*?4 _LV
QUINN'?, King-atreet, at which place? neweb?.*,?,: ?te b_
B applied. ".
Uri? oarer?? ?? '?? he told Irons the Offloe ?tyro